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Hammer Films co-produced this lavishly mounted adventure, the fourth adaptation of the novel by H. Rider Haggard. In Jerusalem, Leo Vincey John Richardson meets with a slave girl, Ustane Rosenda Monteros, who has been charged with bringing him to an immortal queen, Ayesha Ursula Andress. Ayesha, who desires Leo because of his resemblance to her long-dead lover, offers riches if he will travel to her lost city in the mountains, where a magical flame will also give him eternal life. Accompanied by his adventurous ...
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Overview

Hammer Films co-produced this lavishly mounted adventure, the fourth adaptation of the novel by H. Rider Haggard. In Jerusalem, Leo Vincey John Richardson meets with a slave girl, Ustane Rosenda Monteros, who has been charged with bringing him to an immortal queen, Ayesha Ursula Andress. Ayesha, who desires Leo because of his resemblance to her long-dead lover, offers riches if he will travel to her lost city in the mountains, where a magical flame will also give him eternal life. Accompanied by his adventurous friend Major Horace Holly Peter Cushing, Leo sets out for the fabled city across the desert, but along the way Ustane causes trouble when she decides she wants Leo for her own. She 1965 was followed by a sequel, The Vengeance of She 1968, although the follow-up did not star Andress.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/4/2009
  • UPC: 883316196496
  • Original Release: 1965
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  • Source: Warner Archives
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Time: 1:46:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 1,008

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Ursula Andress Ayesha
Peter Cushing Maj. Horace Holly
Bernard Cribbens Job
John Richardson Leo Vincey
Christopher Lee Billali
Rosenda Monteros Ustane
Andre Morell Haumeid
John Maxim Captain of the Guard
Technical Credits
Robert Day Director
Roy Ashton Costumes/Costume Designer
James Bernard Score Composer
George Blackwell Special Effects
Eric Boyd-Perkins Editor
Michael Carreras Producer
David T. Chantler Screenwriter
Claude Hitchcock Sound/Sound Designer
Christine Lawson Choreography
Don Mingaye Art Director
James Needs Editor
Robert Jones Art Director
Bruce Sharman Asst. Director
Carl Toms Costumes/Costume Designer
Harry Waxman Cinematographer
Aida Young Producer
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